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After outraising the entire field in the potential race to replace Congressman Ed Markey, State Senator Katherine Clark today unveiled Women for Katherine.
Jim Gammill, the Independent candidate for State Rep, makes his final case.
Honest, principled, polite, and genuinely good natured, Tom will pour his heart into the Governor’s Councilor job.
Vote Independent. Vote Sheff on Nov 6.
Jim Gammill's opening and closing remarks at the recent candidates forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters (Belmont chapter).
Given the headline story in today's Herald about Union gouging and extravagance, I decided to kick off my issues-related newsletter series on a closely associated topic: Project Labor Agreements.
In the two weeks before the election I will be sending out brief reviews of my stances on important state and local issues to help voters understand exactly who I am.
Jim Gammill, Independent candidate for State Rep, discusses the recently passed health care financing legislation.
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking with Arlene DiRocco of BCATV on the voting record of my opponent, in leui of a debate with my opponent Senator Donnelly (who declined).
While Beacon Hill continues to tell us the economy here in the 4th Middlesex district is fine and dandy, one only has to look as far as the local food pantry to be convinced otherwise.
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